2x Pistol Scope w/ Picatinny rings

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2x Pistol Scope w/ Picatinny rings
Equipped to handle the recoil of your firearm of choice (Model: 72004)

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Equipped to handle the recoil of your firearm of choice and a rugged construction that will last a lifetime.

  • 1" tube
  • Extra long, 20" eye relief
  • Duplex reticle

Includes Picatinny rail mounting rings and lens covers.

Technical Specs
SKU 72004
Magnification 2x
Eye Relief 300
Objective 20 mm
Battery Included Yes
Tube Size 25.4 mm
Tube Material No
Turret Clicks 1
Exit Pupil 10.5
Turret Caps Yes
Nitrogen Purged Yes
Focal Plane 2nd
Turret Locks No
Field of View 2.6
Turret Adjustments Tool
Mount Rings
Mountable No
Variable Illumination N/A
Reticle Illumination No
Reticle Material Metal
Reticle Type Fine Duplex
Windage 40
Parallax Adjustment Fixed
Waterproof No
Parallax No
Lens Covers No
Lens Coating Multi-Coated
Material No
Battery Type N/A
Rings included? Picatinny
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2x Pistol Scope w/ Picatinny rings is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great scope Its on one of my 1322. If you have good eye sight it will work good for you. Light and simple even though the magnification is fixed its better than regular sights. I wish it would come with dovetail mounts.
Date published: 2017-05-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Centerpoint 2X pistol (and 1377) Had a fun time in archery camp with my 1377 air pistol this past week during midday downtimes. This rig has the 2X Centerpoint on it, that by the luck of the stars hosts the old Tasco Stoney Point Target Turret perfectly. The only problem with it is that each numbered line represents 5-.25 MOA clicks, and not 4. So i had to do some math and determined that any calcs would be 3/4ths value for the turret to match up. So i also measured the plex post tip from reticle axis subtension at 17 MOA. So after zeroing at 20 yds. I went to 50 yds. and shot at a rock with a long wide sandy slope below it. The impact was 1.5 plex post tip units below it. So dialed 3/4ths of 25 MOA= ~ 19 into the turret and came very close to the rock. That was fun! Did the same for 30 and 40, and screwed around at camp shooting stuff-fun! Last day we were driving out and decided to try 75 yds. I guessed 50ish MOA and my buddy had to spot with 8X binocs since 7.5 gr. pellet doesn't give enuf energy to see a signature at that distance in the gravel i was shooting in with a 2X pistol scope. He found a rock at 75, and after a shot or two correcting via his calls i hit the sucker according to him. Yippee! Then i reverse-turretted to 20-yd. zero once again, and nailed a shiny pebble (turret returns to zero). Actually saw that shot through the optic. Love this rig and setup.
Date published: 2017-09-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from not good disappointed does not fit application,, was purchased to fit my Benjamin trail np model bbp77
Date published: 2017-08-04
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